2022 Hooters Military Discount and Veterans Day Promotion

Hooters is one of a number of restaurants that have offered military members and veterans a free meal on Veterans Day. This year they are offering a free entrée with the purchase of a beverage. Proof of service is required.
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Hooters Military Veterans Day DiscountCourtesy of Hooters

Hooters offers veterans and military members a free meal on Veterans Day 2022.

Hooters will give you a free entrée from a special menu when you dine in on Nov. 11, 2022, according to an email from Hooters spokesperson Jeremy Juhasz. The special military menu lists the restaurant chain’s five most popular menu items. All you need is valid military identification.

Veterans Day 2022 Offer: This year, Hooters is offering current and former military members a free entree from a special menu with the purchase of a beverage. You must show a valid military ID or proof of service.

Hooters Military Discount

Many Hooters locations also offer a weekly 20% military discount every Tuesday, the website sa

Along with the Tuesday-night promotion, some locations give veterans 10% off their orders on other weeknights. Check with the nearest location to find out if and when it participates.

Hooters Veterans Day Offer – 2022

On Thursday, Nov. 11, all veterans who present a military ID or proof of service and purchase a beverage at any participating Hooters location nationwide will receive a free entrée from the Hooters Veterans Day Menu (available for dine-in only).

Courtesy of Hooters

The special 2022 Veterans Day menu features:

  • Buffalo Chicken Salad
  • Buffalo Chicken Sandwich
  • Grilled Chicken Sandwich
  • Hooters Burger
  • 10-Piece Boneless Wings

You can choose from the 17 Hooters sauces and dry rubs, including Caribbean Jerk, Texas BBQ, Teriyaki Samurai, Chipotle Honey, Garlic Habanero and Lemon Pepper.

The Veterans Day offer is only valid on Nov. 11.

Most Hooters locations open by 11 a.m. for lunch and remain open until midnight or later. Some locations close early on Sundays, so check with your nearest Hooters before arriving.

Keep in mind, too, that your local laws may prohibit alcohol sales on Sundays. Restaurants can’t make exceptions to local laws for veterans.

Verifying Your Status as a Veteran

Bring a standard military identification card or another proof of service to take advantage of Hooters military and Veterans Day deals.

Examples include:

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Hooters Veterans Day Menu Restrictions

You must purchase one regularly-priced beverage to take advantage of Hooters Veterans Day offer.

As with most promotions, you can’t combine offers. So if Veterans Day fell on a Tuesday, you couldn’t get your free meal and 20% off your drinks simultaneously.

Other Ways Hooters Honors Veterans

Along with complimentary meals and discounts we’ve already discussed, Hooters has also raised thousands of dollars for charitable organizations that support veterans, including the Homes for Our Troops initiative. Homes for Our Heroes builds custom houses and donates them mortgage-free to veterans who were injured in the line of duty.

Enjoy More Veterans Day Deals

Veterans Day provides an excellent opportunity for restaurants to thank veterans for their service in person with a free Veterans Day meal.

You can also find Veterans Day retail discounts and special offers on events and attractions.


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